CarTV Sport Compact Car Comparison Test

What does Sport Compact performance really mean. We put four of these little speedsters to the test. Competing for the title: From Japan we have two entries...the Honda Civic Si, and the Supercharged Scion TC, representing Germany its the Volkswagen "Obey your fast" GTI, and from the good old USA its the Supercharged Chevy Cobalt wearing the SS badge. Each contestant was fitted with front-wheel drive, a manual transmission, and a four-cylinder engine that makes around 200 horsepower. Here is how they did...

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